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Topics: The Spoof

Saturday, 19 February 2011

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Whatsisname Bringing Tea To The Paparazzi This Morning.

Whatsisname, the famous celebrity bloke who - oh, you know who I mean - the merciless gold digger, and his wife - you know the one; she was a guest on Alan Titchmarsh, and once went on a bender with Paul O'Grady at the Harpo Club...

Anyway - they've split up.

It's not clear why yet, but they've split up, and he is steadfastly refusing to leave the matrimonial home unless she clinches a deal for him to do a panto season in Coventry as Widow Twanky and bungs him half a million, and a semi in Milton Keynes. With a hot tub and a wet room.

He said it was her fault. She said it was his fault. A close friend of the couple said it was both their faults, and a renowned publicist said that he'd be happy to represent them both - providing they crossed his palm with plenty of silver.

At this stage, it has not been established whether or not Whatsisname and Her have any children who could be used as levers in the matrimonial dispute, but there were grave concerns about the welfare of A Cocker Spaniel, allegedly a family pet, who is said to be of a nervous disposition at the best of times.

In the meantime, with divorce proceedings pending, Whatsisname and Her promise to battle it out in public, over something and nothing.

Most people couldn't care less.

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